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Day Without Numbers


Published 1958


Depicts a primary-grade youngster who becomes willing to work with numbers after he spends a day without numbers. Emphasizes the many daily uses for numbers.

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Producer Wayne University
Audio/Visual sound, color

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 16, 2015
Subject: Johnny Numbers, Doomsday walker.
Bob, a boy with an affection for plaid shirts and white bow ties, daydreams in math class about playing outside. If only we could get rid of numbers! Then, in a common terrifying theme with Skip's movies, a marionnete appears by the name of JOHNNY NUMBERS and grants Bob's wish. Granted, the way this is presented is pretty simplified, a world without numbers would probably be more devastating then shown here. Of course, the film cuts off before there's no conclusion. Uh oh.
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